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The New Braunfels ISD Board of Trustees recently honored this year's Silver Unicorn recipients; T.J. Hapshie, Amy Hirsch, and Ralph Koch.

Two kayakers are safe, thanks to New Braunfels Fire Department boat-crew rescue on Guadalupe river.

There is opportunity for the public to continue to assist community parks with conservation efforts through the Comal Trails Alliance, Parks Foundation or hands-on volunteering. Volunteers can assist on Tuesday, May 24th and Thursday, May 26th, from 9am. to 11am..

The Traveling Wall, a scaled-down replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D. C., is coming to New Braunfels next week - Tree Of Life Church to host 80-percent scale version of original.

Police report a driver, attempting to flee a minor accident, caused a second crash; killing a New Braunfels woman.

Guadalupe River running high for guided rafting tours and kayakers. No tubing inside New Braunfels.

The temporary closure of the Comal River in New Braunfels will continue until further notice as water levels recede, debris clean up begins, and repairs are made to river-related infrastructure.

The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) are recognizing the 50th anniversary of Canyon Dam and Reservoir at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, May 21st.

Seniors at Comal ISD’s Memorial Early College High School with St. Philip’s College recently had a unique opportunity, as they walked the stage and receive an associate’s degree from St. Philip’s College, even before they received their high school diploma.